By Audlem Webteam - 4th June 2012 9:58am
One of the local performers at the Festival yesterday mislaid his coat, probably in the Lord Combermere.
Even more importantly, his keys were in a coat pocket meaning he was locked out before being taken in as a soaking wet refugee by a fellow local musician in the early hours.
If you see an unattended coat and it contains a set of keys with a cork keyring, please let the webteam know, or perhaps hand it in at the pub or Williams' newsagents on the Square who have an amazing record of re-uniting keys and owners.
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